Mulching Teeth Options

LEARN ABOUT DIFFERENT TYPES OF TEETH

Looking for mulching teeth options? Based on your work environment and operator preference, our Skid-Steer Drum Mulcher and Forestry Disc Mulcher can utilize two different types of teeth.

Available Tooth Options

Don’t settle for “good enough”. We give you options so you always have the right tool for the job.

FOUR-POINT HARDENED STEEL TEETH act like an axe to slice material for the most productive cut. These teeth can be sharpened and rotated to increase efficiency and productivity, as well as lengthen tooth life.

This is most ideal for:
– Applications with limited ground contact
– Customers who require the finest mulch
– High-production environments
– Soft soils

TWIN MAUL™ CARBIDE TEETH have a tooth life 3-to-5 times longer than steel, and requires no maintenance. Designed to withstand abrasion and extreme ground contact, our virgin, domestically-sourced carbide is the finest available.

This option is ideal for:
– Rocky terrain
– Rental fleets
– High fire-danger areas
– Less tooth maintenance

How do they compare?

FOUR-POINT HARDENED STEEL TEETH

Four-Point Hardened Steel Tooth

Productivity

100%

Abrasion Resistance

70%

Impact Resistance

50%

Ability to be Sharpened

60%

Life

60%

TWIN MAUL™ CARBIDE TEETH

Twin Maul Carbide Tooth

Productivity

75%

Abrasion Resistance

100%

Impact Resistance

80%

Ability to be Sharpened

1%

Life

100%

Using Carbide Teeth on the Skid-Steer Forestry Disc Mulcher

Skid-Steer Forestry Disc Mulcher Action

When installing TWIN MAUL™ CARBIDE TEETH on the Forestry Disc Mulcher, it is important you place them on the underside of the disc only.

LEARN MORE ABOUT TWIN MAUL™ TOOTH PLACEMENT

Using this tooth option on the Forestry Disc Mulcher is ideal for:

  • Rocky terrains
  • Operating conditions with repetitive ground contact
  • Less tooth maintenance on the bottom of the disc

*The Skid-Steer Forestry Disc Mulcher comes equipped with Four-Point Hardened Steel Teeth. Twin Maul™ Carbide Teeth are available for purchase on our parts website.

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